Category Archive: teaching

The Positivity Quilt

I can think of no better way to ease back into reality from a long holiday weekend than with a finished quilt post. Here is the Positivity quilt, which you may have seen… Continue reading

Surroundings

Isn’t it just so pretty? Tonight I’m teaching Free Motion Quilting class at Rock Paper Scissors, and tomorrow I’ll be taking Melissa‘s messenger bag class. I have a post loaded and ready to… Continue reading

Frenzied Fall

Hello, blog friends. I’ve had a great month, but it has been amazingly hectic, as tends to happen from time to time. I’ve been putting off posting. But it’s fall! there are pumpkins… Continue reading

WIP Wednesday 9.25.13

It’s been a long time since I’ve been focused enough and had WIPs to show off on a Wednesday. Today, I made a sample quilt top for my new session of Beginning Quilting… Continue reading

Free motion prep

This week’s Beginning Quilting class is all about binding (where does the time go?), and Thursday is Free Motion Quilting over at Rock Paper Scissors, so I thought I would make a new… Continue reading

WIP Wednesday 7.10.13

Wow, what an eventful and fast-flying week that was! There were fireworks, pool parties, a four-hour trip to Annapolis and back for my cousin’s beautiful wedding, news of a new baby in the… Continue reading

Dear July

Hello! Well, that was quite an entrance. Turning that supermarket parking lot into a pond for awhile really scared me. Here, let’s have a milkshake and calm down a little. Here’s the thing.… Continue reading

Free motion quilting class recap

You know that it’s been a good class when a student suddenly yells out, “This is so fun!” I was hoping to pass along my love of free motion quilting, and I think… Continue reading

Workspace Wednesday*

Hello Wednesday. How is your week going? So much has happened already this week, and there is much more to come before the family and I can take a breather over Memorial Day… Continue reading